Wayne Masters is coming home after working years away. After puchasing a ranch in Texas, he is in search of a past that's now just a blur as a result of an accident resulting in partial amnesia. Wayne is being haunted by distant memories of a love gone by and must overcome unimaginable obstacles in his quest to find her. Violent storms, a murderer and life threatening emergencies all stand in Wayne's path to reunite with the one love that he doesn't even remember.
©2014 Allen W Davis (P)2014 Allen W Davis
Conchita's Eyes is the best audio book that I have ever purchased. The Author describes every detail very well. He keeps the story interesting from the beginning all the way to the end.
The chapter that I will never forget was Innocence Lost. I had a friend that experienced a very similar attack. The Author gets an A+ for keeping my interest throughout the book.
I like John Stamper's voice and the way he tells the story. I feel like he did an excellent job narrating Conchita's Eyes
Yes. Innocence Lost.
This is a very well written book. The narrator did an excellent job telling the story that the author wrote. I hope to purchase more books from this Author.
I already have. The author manages to bring the reader into the story with events that could happen to any of us. His characters come to life and and makes you feel as if you know them. I have since purchased the ebook which has pictures of the characters which made the audio even realer. Loved it
Wayne Masters. He endured what most of us men would probably fail at. A strong yet caring man with compassion.
His ability to bring the characters to life. This book required him to display a wide range of emotions from the view point of men and women. Good job.
There were several. The chapter where the intruder finds Conchita alone and later when Wayne doesn't know if he is about to lose her forever.
Looking forward to listening to his second book.
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